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Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: American Hymns Old and New #18 (1980) Hymnal Title: American Hymns Old and New Tune Title: PSALM 124

Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: Australian Hymn Book #23 (1977) Hymnal Title: Australian Hymn Book
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Psalm 124

Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #84 (2005) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) First Line: Now Israel may say, and that truly, Lyrics: 1 Now Israel may say, and that truly, if that the Lord had not our cause maintained; if that the Lord had not our right sustained, when cruel men against us furiously rose up in wrath, to make of us their prey; 2 Then certainly they had devoured us all, and swallowed quick, for aught that we could deem; such was their rage, as we might well esteem. And as fierce floods before them all things drown, so had they brought our soul to death quite down. 3 The raging streams, with their proud swelling waves, had then our soul o'erwhelmèd in the deep. But blest be God, who doth us safely keep, and hath not given us for a living prey unto their teeth, and bloody cruelty. 4 Even as a bird out of the fowler's snare escapes away, so is our soul set free: broke are their nets, and thus escapèd we. Therefore our help is in the Lord's great Name, who heaven and earth by his great power did frame. Topics: Deliverance; Nation and Society; Remembrance Sunday Scripture: Psalm 124 Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 124TH

Now Isr'l may say, and that truly

Author: W. Whittingham Hymnal: Hymnal for Juniors in Worship and Study #d60 (1961) Hymnal Title: Hymnal for Juniors in Worship and Study
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Now Israel May Say

Hymnal: Presbyterian Hymnal #236 (1990) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: Presbyterian Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Now Israel may say, and that in truth: If that the Lord had not our right maintained, If that the Lord had not with us remained When cruel foes against us rose to strive, We surely had been swallowed up alive. 2 Yea, when their wrath against us fiercely rose, The swelling tide had o’er us spread its wave, The raging stream had then become our grave, The surging flood, in proudly swelling roll, Most surely then had overwhelmed our soul. 3 Blest be the Lord, who made us not their prey; As from the snare a bird escapeth free, Their net is rent and so escaped are we; Our only help is in God’s holy name, Who made the earth and all the heavenly frame. Topics: God Protection Scripture: Psalm 124 Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 124TH

Now Israel May Say

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) #266 (1976) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) First Line: Now Israel may say, and that in truth Topics: Deliverance From Enemies; Persecution Of Believers; Protection, Divine; Helper, God Our Scripture: Psalm 124 Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 124TH
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Psalm 124: Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #P154 (1800) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases First Line: Now Israel Lyrics: 1Now Israel may say, and that truly, If that the Lord had not our cause maintain’d; 2If that the Lord had not our right sustain’d, When cruel men against us furiously Rose up in wrath, to make of us their prey; 3Then certainly they had devour’d us all, And swallow’d quick, for ought that we could deem; Such was their rage, as we might well esteem. 4And as fierce floods before them all things drown, So had they brought our soul to death quite down. 5The raging streams, with their proud swelling waves, Had then our soul o’erwhelmed in the deep. 6But bless’d be God, who doth us safely keep, And hath not giv’n us for a living prey Unto their teeth, and bloody cruelty. 7Ev’n as a bird out of the fowler’s snare Escapes away, so is our soul set free: Broke are their nets, and thus escaped we. 8Therefore our help is in the Lord’s great name, Who heav’n and earth by his great pow’r did frame. Scripture: Psalm 124 Languages: English

Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: The Australian Hymn Book with Catholic Supplement #23 (1977) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: The Australian Hymn Book with Catholic Supplement Scripture: Psalm 124 Tune Title: OLD 124TH

Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: The Book of Praise #56 (1972) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: The Book of Praise Topics: Reformation Day; The Church of Christ Covenant People Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 124th

Now Israel may say, and that truly

Hymnal: The Book of Praise #112 (1918) Meter: 10.10.10.10.10 Hymnal Title: The Book of Praise Topics: God: His Attributes, Works and Word God in Nature, Providence and Redemption; The Christian Life Courage, Conflict, and Victory Scripture: Psalm 124 Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 124th

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